23 Sep 2017
Yvonne Chioma Mbanefo was born in London, England but grew up in Enugu, south-east Nigeria. Her desire to teach her children Igbo language inspired her to create a learning portal: www.learnigbonow.com
22 Sep 2017
Nigeria’s federal government has approved plans to build what will be the largest power plant in the country. The 3,050-megawatt hydroelectric power project known as Mambila Power Project, will be situated in Taraba State.
21 Sep 2017
Pastor Vanessa Brown, and Pastor Twanna Gause, both female, celebrated their union recently in front of family and friends at a church in N.J, USA.
20 Sep 2017
Migrant children trying to reach Europe via the dangerous Mediterranean sea routes face deadly risks upon reaching their destination. Some of the migrants suffer beatings, forced labour and sexual exploitation, with sub-Saharan African children facing the highest risks.
16 Sep 2017
Veteran Hollywood actor, Eric Roberts is in Nigeria as part of efforts to further strengthen the capacity of Africa's largest movie industry, Nollywood.
13 Sep 2017
Heckler & Koch, the German company, whose weapons have allegedly killed an estimated two million people, plans to stop sales to war zones and anti-democracy countries.
12 Sep 2017
A professional football player displayed honesty and true fair play spirit during a Division 2 German Bundlesliga game. The referee had awarded Felix Bastian's team a penalty kick after what looked like a bad tackle from an opponent in the 18-yard box.
8 Sep 2017
Maiduguri is a calm city on a Sunday in early June. But for the sound made by locals greeting one another across roads, and the whirring sound of tricycles that ply the inner streets of the old city, all else is noiseless. Or so it seems.
8 Sep 2017
According to a report released by the National Bureau of Statistics, Nigeria is out of recession. The nation's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 0.55% (year-on-year) after five consecutive quarters of contraction since Q1 2016.
6 Sep 2017
Nigerian, Oshi Agabi unveiled his unique invention recently at the TEDGlobal conference in Tanzania.
5 Sep 2017
Despite being neglected, Para Athletes are not giving up the fight to prove that they can excel at any stage given the right support and sponsorship. In this second part, the athletes suggest a way forward, if the nation wants them to keep excelling.
5 Sep 2017
Most of the laurels Nigeria have won at global sports events have come from Para Sports but the physically-challenged men and women who have achieved these feats only have tales of pain and woes to share about how the nation has treated them.